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Saturday's Kids : 10 Years of UK Subculture Influences by Illustrator Marcus Reed

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The only book of its kind, Saturday's Kids is a visual history book tracking and defining UK subcultures, rendered by minimalist illustrator Marcus Reed. Reed's first and only book, Saturday's Kids offers a roadmap from the eighties through the turn of the century to today.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 208 pages
  • 240 x 308 x 25.4mm | 1,315.42g
  • New Heroes & Pioneers
  • Malmo, Sweden
  • English
  • Coloured illustrations
  • 9187815931
  • 9789187815935
  • 1,109,638

About Marcus Reed

Marcus is an award winning illustrator (Hiii Brand International Merit Award Winner - Animal Alphabet) who graduated from Newcastle College with an HND in Advertising (Illustration). He moved to London where he worked at Saatchi & Saatchi's in-house studio for four years, before turning freelance. He has since worked on a number of projects in illustration. Including Harrods, Le Coq Sportif, American Express, MTV, Major League Baseball, Mundial Mag, Original Casuals, Sock Council and End Clothing. Getting turned on to the arts and pop culture from an impressionable young age will have con- sequences. For Marcus Reed, it instilled in him the drive to design a visual approach all his own and today he is sought after for his own brand of retro contemporary illustration. With a particular eye for rendering pop culture's Getting turned on to the arts and pop culture from an impressionable young age will have consequences. For Marcus Reed, it instilled in him the drive to design a visual approach all his own and today he is sought after for his own brand of retro contemporary illustration. With a par- ticular eye for rendering pop culture's best, his dig- ital mixed media approach amplifies his subject's personality to perfection, layering only the barest of essential 2 and 3D elements using line, shape and color.show more

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